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Grassroots action for a connected world

Global Footsteps is an educational charity which links grassroots communities around the world
to build resilience and resourcefulness.

We do this by building and maintaining local and global partnerships,
fostering cooperation and understanding across cultures,
and bringing people together to volunteer and learn.

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Check out our exciting new Kenya Cook Stove project and help fund a cook stove for Kenya!

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Video of cookstove production!

Cook Stove

This project, in conjunction with UK based CO2Balance, aims to provide up to 1000 families in Kisumu, Kenya with highly efficient cook stoves, saving firewood, reducing CO2 production and providing significant health benefits.

Global Footsteps will match donations for the cookstoves
project up to a total of £10,000. So if you give £10 the project receives
£20.

So why not
Calculate your carbon emissions
or just use our
handy rough guide
and
donate the offset price
to help us fund this work!

Or "Buy” a cookstove using our Virgin Money page for a friend who has everything!

Cook Stove Family

New for 2016!

Little Footsteps

Little Footsteps

International

Mum & Toddler Group

Celebrate!

30 years of Global Footsteps

Saturday 14th May 6pm - 9pm

Tickets £10 to include welcome drink & hot buffet

The Swan, 35-37 High St, Cheltenham

Click here for further details

Have a read of our latest Connexions newsletter for updates on our activities

  PROGRAMME OF EVENTS  
DATE & TIME EVENT VENUE
Every
Thursday
10.00-11.30
Term Time
LITTLE FOOTSTEPS
An International mum & toddler group for children up to 4 years old.
Friends Meeting
House
Warwick Place
Cheltenham
GL52 2PN
Friday 17 June
18:00
Impressions of Sri Lanka
An illustrated talk from David Evans on the history, geography, wildlife and people of Sri Lanka. Food served at 6pm, talk at 7. £5 inclusive. Proceeds to our cookstoves project.
Global Footsteps
16 Portland Street,
GL52 2PB
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Global Footsteps is the education programme of The Rendezvous Society
 
   

 


Page last updated 21 May 2016 by Richard Walter- Events updates